Epi Reactor Lower Dome update 11/23/11
kamins at stanford.edu
Thu Nov 24 09:47:11 PST 2011
Thanks very much for your efforts to get the Centura running again for work requiring a critically pure ambient. A number of students will be happy to complete depositions before the SNF shutdown, especially those needed just a few high-quality depositions to complete the experimental work for a thesis.
Have an enjoyable Thanksgiving celebration.
----- Original Message -----
From: "maurice stevens" <maurice at stanford.edu>
To: "John Bumgarner" <jwb2005 at stanford.edu>, epi2 at snf.stanford.edu
Cc: "James Harris" <harris at snow.stanford.edu>, "Krishna Saraswat" <saraswat at stanford.edu>, "Roger T. Howe" <rthowe at stanford.edu>, "David Miller" <dabm at stanford.edu>, "Ted Kamins" <kamins at stanford.edu>, "Thomas Kenny" <kenny at cdr.stanford.edu>
Sent: Wednesday, November 23, 2011 4:07:41 PM
Subject: Epi Reactor Lower Dome update 11/23/11
We had a very good day!
We will installed the upper quartz and dome, confirmed correct wafer
placement in process chamber and pumped down system.
System is now baking out. I will come in on Friday to etch the chamber,
get temperature readings and run silicon depositions.
We will update on you all on Friday.
On 11/22/2011 4:32 PM, maurice stevens wrote:
> Hi All,
> We received the lower dome midday yesterday and were able to removed
> the upper dome and all the upper quartz.
> Today we (1) pulled the lower lamps, rotation assembly and the lower
> dome (2) cleaned the upper/lower flanges, cleared inner rotation of
> broken wafers/quartz (3) re-installed lower dome, lower lamps and
> rotation assembly.
> Tomorrow we will install the upper quartz and dome, calibrate wafer
> placement in process chamber, pump down system and finally (if
> everything goes well) start the bake out.
maurice at stanford.edu
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